A new and rather painful sounding bug in Warzone causes John McClane’s operator to become stuck in helicopter blades upon take-off. A clip was posted to Reddit by xDCx00seven preparing to board a helicopter.
The moment the helicopter takes to the sky, we can see John McClane’s operator caught in the spinning blades, flopping about and waving his arms in the air like a wacky waving inflatable tube guy.
While the glitch is unquestionably frustrating, but by far not one of the worst, the Redditor did make the most of a bad situation, adding Dead or Alive’s You Spin Me Right Around over the footage. It’d have been a missed opportunity otherwise. xDCx00seven later uploaded a follow-up clip of the iconic Die Hard operator hopelessly wobbling within the chopper’s blades.
GameLuster recently reported that Bruce Willis’ John McClane from the Die Hard franchise would become a Warzone operator, after receiving his very own fact sheet on the Call of Duty Twitter account. In the tweet, Cowboy McClane had 73 kills to his name, which matched with the number of kills across the entire franchise, from 1989’s Die Hard until 2013’s A Good Day to Die Hard. Across five matches, McClane was unbeaten, clocking up ten hours of game time.
Elsewhere, the Nakatomi Plaza, the iconic skyscraper setting of the first Die Hard film, recently replaced the broadcast tower in downtown Verdansk, much in keeping with the limited-time 80s Action Heroes Event, which launched on May 19.
With various new points of interest to explore within Verdansk, the Rambo and John McClane bundles will be available until June 18 at 9 PM PT.
In other Call of Duty news, Activision has parted ways with Call of Duty voice actor Jeff Leach (best known for his role as Ghost) after a series of misogynistic and sexist comments from streams and interviews recently came to light.